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Historically, whistleblowers working in all levels of government have turned to GAP, including some of the highest-profile whistleblowers in the world. Together, GAP and these clients have confronted corruption and illegality in federal agencies and departments such as Agriculture, Energy, EPA, Justice, Transportation, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and Veterans’ Affairs, to name just a few.
GAP has done particularly high-profile work with national security, intelligence, and law enforcement whistleblowers through its National Security & Human Rights program. This includes whistleblowers from the National Security Agency (NSA), CIA, FBI, Department of State, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Justice (DOJ). In fact, GAP National Security & Human Rights Director Jesselyn Radack is herself a DOJ whistleblower.